Employment Law News and Insights

Piling On: Corporations Support the New York Times in Multiemployer Pension Calculation Dispute

Published: Feb 26, 2019
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Several large employers are disputing how much money the New York Times owes a union multiemployer pension fund. Recently, six companies—including US Foods Inc. and United Natural Foods Inc.—filed an amicus brief supporting the New York Times in its case before the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit....

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Wage and Hour Requirements – A Trap for the Unwary

Published: Jan 31, 2019
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Wage and hour litigation has exploded over the past 15 years. Employment lawyers caution companies to audit their pay practices. Yet, mistakes and lawsuits continue. What gives? Simply put, wage and hour compliance is not easy. The governing law, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), is a highly technical statute...

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Termination Checklist: Tips From The NFL’s “Black Monday”

Published: Jan 23, 2019
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As is the tradition, there were several NFL head coach terminations on "Black Monday" – the day following the end of the regular professional football season. None of these terminations were a surprise. NFL head coaches understand that winning a lot of football games is a job expectation and losing too many...

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